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  • Wirtgen Presidents 'Growth opportunities worldwide' for construction machinesWirtgen brothers Jürgen and Stefan discussed growth opportunities. Jürgen Wirtgen and Stefan Wirtgen are joint presidents of the Wirtgen Group and see business levels continuing to improve. Stefan...
  • Historical Insight A history lesson in private public partnershipsMichel Démarre gives some historical insights into public-private partnerships conceived to implement urban infrastructure projects, a concept that surprisingly dates back to as early as the 13th...
  • Default Product Avatar Improving truck parking security and qualityThe innovative LABEL project lays the foundations for reducing cargo theft and promoting greater transport security on Europe's road networks. In Europe, cargo theft is a criminal phenomenon that has...
  • Interstate network US US DOTs in critical funding battleIn the US, state DOTs are preparing for the upcoming reauthorisation battle in a tough economic and political climate. Set to expire by the end of the year, the bill is a critical funding source for...
  • JA 10 P16 2 avatar Road transport must evolve in line with users' needsAt its annual plenary meeting held on 25 May 2010, during the 16th IRF World Meeting in Lisbon, the European Road Federation (ERF) elected a new President in the person of Jacobo Díaz Pineda. Mr....
  • Percentage change in road deaths European road deaths reduced but more to be doneWhile the EU target of reducing deaths by 50% has resulted in impressive figures, there is still more to be done as Patrick Smith reports. The latest statistics show European Union (EU) efforts to...
  • Hemus Highway Bulgaria plans for operating road infrastructureThere is a lot of work to do on Bulgarian roads, but the government has plans to increase the length of highways built each year as Krasimir Krastanov reports. Bulgarian roads with a pavement make up...
  • M 10 P20 1 avatar Major highway growth in PortugalTwenty years ago Portugal was bottom of the European league in terms of roads and safety. A series of ambitious plans has seen the country rise to the top. Patrick Smith reports on how this was...
  • Default Product Avatar Portugal's road safety initiativeThe Portuguese experience with road safety has proved that planning, development, introduction, and hard work do pay off in the end. Paulo Marques Augusto, president of the National Road Safety...
  • Quarry equipment Quarry operators improve on productivityWith capital expenditure plans being reduced, many quarry operators are using the funds available to improve on productivity with their existing equipment fleets. Claire Symes reports. The economic...
  • JF 10 Pe9 1 avatar Road safety is an EU priorityThe preparation of the new EU Road Safety Policy for the next decade will take place during Spain's presidency of the EU. Patrick Smith reports. An the past 10 years, half a million people have been...
  • WH Sept 09 P 29 avatar Australia responds to infrastructure funding challengeThe Global Financial Crisis (GFC) has drastically changed the way governments and the private sector is prepared to procure vital infrastructure projects, says Philip Davies Governments have...
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